iOS 7 hands-on videos leak out onto the Web

Videos of the software, guarded by an NDA, have proliferated around the Web, showing off features Apple didn't during its keynote event.

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The developer beta of iOS 7 has only been out for a few hours, and there's already a slew of videos of it hitting the Web.

The software, like other betas from Apple, is bound by a strict nondisclosure agreement that requires developers not to share it with others.

That didn't seem to stop several individuals from posting videos showing off some of the new features.

9to5Mac's posted one here:

JAMonsterEnergy has posted a five-minute hands-on demonstration here:

YouTuber gmanist1000 posted a quick two-minute video here:

iTechWorld11 posted a brief one-minute video here:

And last, but not least, developer Bryce Bayens posted one here:

Apple has its own page depicting all the new features here, along with a promotional video here.

Watch 'em while they last.

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